To measure is to know​
How much is your compressed air leakage costing you today?

CFOs in industry tell us they are always looking to cost effectively reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. They also need to ensure predictability of expected compressor investments as well as reduce risks associated with running the compressed air system.

This is where we come in. We specialize in energy optimization and are keen to help.

To measure is to know

How much is your compressed air leakage costing you today?

CFOs in industry tell us they are always looking to cost effectively reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. They also need to ensure predictability of expected compressor investments as well as reduce risks associated with running the compressed air system.

This is where we come in. We specialize in energy optimization and are keen to help.

Did you know?

US Department of Energy estimates that 50% of all compressed air is lost.

Do you know how much electricity your compressors are costing you?

Maintenance is the second-highest cost of a compressed air system after energy.

Do you know how much you are spending on maintenance and repair of the compressed air system?

Cut emissions by reducing compressed air leakage.
Do you know how much compressed air leakage is costing you – in money and CO2?

There is a huge savings potential in energy optimization

Compressors use about 10% of all electricity consumed in industry. A significant proportion of this energy is wasted — as much as 40-55%. Compressed air leaks alone account for 25-30% of compressed air use.

There is a huge savings potential in energy optimization

Compressors use about 10% of all electricity consumed in industry. A significant proportion of this energy is wasted — as much as 40-55%. Compressed air leaks alone account for 25-30% of compressed air use.

Here are the results that some
of our customers have achieved

Facts and figures
44% reduction in leakage level documented by leakage detection survey.

450,000 kWh in energy savings attributed directly to the first year of the leakage repair project.

An estimated year-on-year cost avoidance equivalent to 100,000 kWh due to continuous leakage management.
Facts and figures
3% increase in equipment uptime and availability from leakage management.

200-300 tNOK in energy savings on an annual basis from optimal maintenance.

1 avoided investment purchase of a new compressor.
Facts and figures
1.2 GWh in energy savings between 2015 - 2018 from leakage repair projects.

300,000 SEK in energy cost savings expected from this year’s leakage repair project.

100 % leakage repair rate within 6 months after leakage detection survey.
Facts and figures
Annual leakage detection and repair cycle keeps the compressed air system in optimal condition.

100,000 NOK annual energy cost savings from leakage detection and repair project.

High repair rate saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Increase machine uptime and availability

With continuous monitoring you get the data and documentation you need to ensure that the compressed air system is operating at peak efficiency. When the system is fully measured and tracked, it is much easier to recognize the opportunities for compressor optimization, demand savings and air quality assurance, as well as predict likely equipment failure. This all helps to lower risk and cost in the long term.

Increase machine uptime and availability

With continuous monitoring you get the data and documentation you need to ensure that the compressed air system is operating at peak efficiency. When the system is fully measured and tracked, it is much easier to recognize the opportunities for compressor optimization, demand savings and air quality assurance, as well as predict likely equipment failure. This all helps to lower risk and cost in the long term.

Are high maintenance costs a concern?

Maintenance is the second highest cost of a compressed air system after energy. Pneumatics are robust, which makes them more reliable, but at the same time they require more attention to maintenance.

But over and over again we see that the outcome of the maintenance work remains an unknown because there is no measurement taking place.

Are high maintenance costs a concern?

Maintenance is the second highest cost of a compressed air system after energy. Pneumatics are robust, which makes them more reliable, but at the same time they require more attention to maintenance.

But over and over again we see that the outcome of the maintenance work remains an unknown because there is no measurement taking place.

Where is the savings potential?

The savings potential for compressed air systems can be broken into four areas:
 
  1. Compressed air generation – including compressor efficiency and compressor control
  2. Compressed air treatment – including operation of dryers and filters as well as pressure losses across treatment
  3. Distribution system – including pressure losses and zone isolation
  4. Use of compressed air – including artificial demand, inappropriate use and leakage

Want to know the estimated savings and costs up front?​

We’ve helped other CFOs achieve energy cost savings that go straight to the bottom line.

Leakage costs money every second, minute and hour of the year, and without repairing the leakage you will not be realising any savings.

A system analysis of the facility will document performance levels and costs of the compressed air system and compare the results with the facility’s present production levels as well as estimate cost savings and calculate reduction in emissions.

Want to know the estimated savings and costs up front?​

We’ve helped other CFOs achieve energy cost savings that go straight to the bottom line.

Leakage costs money every second, minute and hour of the year, and without repairing the leakage you will not be realising any savings.

A system analysis of the facility will document performance levels and costs of the compressed air system and compare the results with the facility’s present production levels as well as estimate cost savings and calculate reduction in emissions.

Let's talk about your next steps

Anders and Anders are waiting to help you with energy optimization of industrial compressed air.

Anders Lif
Head of Sales & Marketing

Anders Sjögren
CEO